Le Champ Cosmetics Announces Ambassadors
(Photos: Joseph Wellington)

Make-up brand Le Champ Cosmetics marked the launch of their latest project in a stylish and elegant manner, Monday last, at Press Café on Red Hills Road.

The three-year-old beauty products line, which has gained recognition with its specific selling point of being Jamaica's only vegan make-up, introduced two dynamic ambassadors who are poised to make an impact on the brand. Angelie Martin-Spencer, who is both an interior designer and a make-up enthusiast, has assumed the role of corporate ambassador, leading sales efforts in the corporate sector. Meanwhile, Gianna Fakhourie, entrepreneur and host of CVM at Sunrise Round Table, fills the position of lifestyle ambassador.

Martin-Spencer took the opportunity to share her excitement about coming on-board. "This is absolutely an honour and I expect us to do wonderful things together. The brand is beautiful and very visible. In a short space of time, Le Champ Cosmetics has done incredible things and it speaks for itself," Martin-Spencer said.

The ambassador also harked back to the first time she wore Le Champ. "The first time I tried the products, I deliberately didn't use the setting spray, because I wanted to see how the make-up sits. I found that it gave such an incredible coverage and it concealed my freckles so nicely, even after a couple hours," she shared.

Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) was on site.

Le Champ Cosmetics

14 Goodwood Terrace, Kgn 10


Photos: Joseph Wellington

From left: Le Champ Cosmetics Matte Liquid Concealer; Mattifying Make-up Setting Spray; and Dewy Make-up Setting Spray
Principal of Le Champ Cosmestics Shanique Ellington shows off the Dewy Make-up Setting Spray (left) and Mattifying Make-up Setting Spray
Le Champ Cosmetics Corporate Ambassador Angelie Martin Spencer (left) and Lifestyle Ambassador Gianna Fakhourie
Principal of Le Champ Cosmestics Shanique Ellington (left) and Le Champ Cosmetics Corporate Ambassador Angelie Martin-Spencer display the Contour and Blush/Highlighter Palette, respectively.
Gianna's Fav Mystery Box
Olympian Aleen Bailey, who was also in attendance, showed TSD two different shades of the Le Champ Cosmetics Matte Full Coverage Foundation.

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